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Police Reports

Published: April 30, 2014 1:00 AM

Doorbell prank: A Greenbriar Drive resident reported just after midnight April 18 that someone rang the doorbell and ran away. An officer contacted two male juvenile possible suspects out walking, and they were taken home and their parents advised.

Juvenile shenanigans: Someone reported April 21 at 8 p.m. that six juveniles were skating on the tennis courts at Aurora Shores marina. An officer responded, and the youths agreed to leave. No damage was observed.

Lost phone turned in: A cell phone found on West Pioneer Trail was turned into the police station. The owner was identified and the phone was returned.

Suspicious vehicle: Someone reported April 20 at 9:20 p.m. that a vehicle was parked in the Page Road lot at Sunny Lake Park after hours. An officer responded and advised the subjects the park was closed and they should leave.

Bow/arrow shooting: Someone on Parkview Drive reported April 17 at 7 p.m. that someone was shooting a bow in the woods. An officer warned him not to shoot near houses and sent him on his way.

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Loose dog: A woman brought a stray dog to the police station April 16. The animal control contractor picked up the animal, and its owner later called police and was told to contact animal control. On the same day, a dog was reported loose near the Sunny Lake ballfields. The owner was located and retrieved the dog.

Dead goose: Someone reported April 19 that a dead goose was in the road on Aurora Industrial Parkway. A service department crew was summoned for removal.

Barking dog: Someone reported just after midnight April 20 that a dog was constantly barking on Parker Road. An officer left a message at the owner's home to take the dog inside for the evening.

Suspicious vehicle: Someone reported April 17 at 9:15 a.m. that a suspicions vehicle was parked on South Aurora Road. An officer contacted the driver and found he was doing work for the city.


Car hits posts: A Ravenna man was cited for failing to maintain control April 16 at about 5:15 p.m. after police said he lost control, drove off Hampton Circle at West Mennonite Road and struck several wooden posts. No injuries resulted.

Failure to yield: A Parma Heights man was cited for failing to yield April 19 at noon after police said he made a left turn from a private driveway on Treat Road and struck the right side of a Chagrin Falls woman's vehicle. No injuries resulted.

Hip-skip damage: Police said an Aurora woman returned to her unoccupied parked vehicle April 19 at about 4:50 p.m. in a lot on East Mennonite Road and found it damaged.

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